Under the heading ‘Additive Impact’, Dansk AM Hub is holding Scandinavia’s largest conference for Additive Manufacturing (AM) / industrial 3D printing. This year, the focus is on how new technology like 3D printing can help us produce far more sustainably and competitively with stronger and more circular business models and more robust supply chains.
When the conference is held on Tuesday 7 September in TAP1, numerous speakers will take the stage and give their views on what future production will bring, how leading players in the field are already working with Additive Manufacturing / 3D printing and how to get started with technology.
Among other things, visitors will hear how Boeing thinks about implementing 3D printing into the aircraft industry, how CELLINK works with bioprinting (3D printing of living tissue for the production of bones and living tissue), how Create it REAL from North Jutland produces insoles in a circular business model, and gather inspiration in a panel debate on how we can utilize new technology to make Denmark the greenest production country in the world with former Minister and EU Commissioner Connie Hedegaard and other speakers.
Additionally, visitors can entertain themselves with a Guns N ’Roses cover band – GNR-Jam – which will play on an electric guitar, that has been developed and 3D printed from recycled sawdust.
To accommodate even more inspiration, the program will also offer more breakout sessions than previous years, which address the development of AM technology within six themes: New materials for more sustainable production, how 3D printing challenges different production industries, gender diversity in the industry, sustainable construction, the development of our healthcare sector and a session with some of Denmark’s leading experts in the field.
“AM is the key that can solve many of the challenges of the future and create more growth and contribute to the green transition with a more sustainable production, where we produce with less waste, less material, less transport and less CO2 emissions”, says Frank Rosengreen Lorenzen, “AM technology is an opportunity for Danish companies to show the world how we develop, design and produce in the more green and robust production of the future. We look forward to focusing on this at the AM Summit in September ”.
The conference is for anyone who is interested in the development and influence of AM technology, and who wants to be inspired and network. With exciting speakers and the large AM exhibition, the conference is a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience and a unique opportunity to let creative actors present their qualified bids on the latest technology, trends and developments as well as the future of the AM industry.